Corporate Politics and the Internet
65180-2The practical guide to reducing your legal and business risks on the Internet.Make no mistake. The Internet newly discovered by politicians and lawyers presents a minefield of risks and potential liabilities. But you can't walk away from the profound competitive opportunities it offers. So what's your alternative?In Corporate Politics and the Internet, leading network consultant James Gaskin shows you exactly how to lead your company through today's new jungle of Internet-related legal, ethical, and personnel decisions.Learn how the Internet is impacting your organization, and walk through the human, legal and technology issues surrounding questions like: When is your e-mail not private? How do you give people Web access . . . and still keep them productive? What can you do to protect your own valuable content against theft? How can you limit your company's potential liabilities in cyberspace? How can you deal with your biggest Internet security problems the ones that come from inside?Discover how to make sure you're well-positioned to handle the inevitable debates about your Internet presence. Learn how to successfully implement an Acceptable Use Policy that will significantly reduce your risks of liability to discrimination, harassment and copyright infringement lawsuits.Whether you're a Webmaster, network administrator, IS professional, senior manager, marketer, or lawyer, you need to know how to protect your organization's interests in the revolutionary Internet environment. Everyone knows the Internet is hot: this book will keep you from getting burned!
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